Baking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America

by The Culinary Institute of America

Hardcover, 2004

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Baking - General -- CUL

Call number

Baking - General -- CUL

Publication

John Wiley & Sons (2004), Hardcover, 304 pages

Description

A complete, illustrated volume of lessons and recipes for the home baker. The Culinary Institute of America is the place where many of today's leading chefs and pastry chefs have learned the fundamental skills that launched their careers. Now, in this companion toCooking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America, the CIA draws on its extensive expertise and experience to give home bakers an outstanding course in the essentials of baking, along with a wealth of irresistible recipes. It outlines all the basic information on equipment, ingredients, and methods necessary to create top-quality cakes, pastries, breads, frozen desserts, and more. Readers learn the techniques step by step, with detailed instructions and photographs that clearly explain what to do and how to do it. Ideal for developing skills and building a repertoire, the book's 200 recipes - all specially created by the CIA - are delicious, attractive, and easy to make, from Cream Scones and Streusel-Topped Blueberry Muffins to Flourless Chocolate Souffle Cake and Warm Lemon Pudding Cakes. Complete with 250 beautiful full-color photographs of procedures and finished dishes,Baking at Home with The Culinary Institute of America is a comprehensive resource that will enable home cooks to master the art of baking in their own kitchens.… (more)

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304 p.; 10.36 inches

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